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Nerf Vortex Diatron Blaster

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  • Diatron blaster fires 2 discs at once Load your blaster with the 8 included discs
  • Snap open the drop-down magazine for quick reload
  • Magazine holds 10 discs Blaster's revolutionary XLR Disc Tech hurls the bright orange Vortex discs an ultra-long distance
  • Pull the priming lever and then push it in to load 2 discs
  • Blaster comes with 8 discs and instructions
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Product Description

Product Description

Are you ready to bring some multishot madness to your next mission? The Diatron blaster lets you send 2 discs hurtling toward your target at the same time with every shot! Firing this fast is no problem, because the blaster's built-in drop-down magazine snaps open for fast, easy reloading. The blaster's Tactical Rail is compatible with any Tactical Rail accessory (sold separately) so you can upgrade at will for even more strategic advantage. The blaster's revolutionary XLR Disc Tech hurls the bright orange Vortex discs an ultra-long distance. Blast your target with double firepower to outfire your opponent!

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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B009T4QLXI
  • Item model number: A1173
  • Our recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #110,548 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Davey B. TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 21, 2013
Nerf's latest Vortex series disc-shooting blaster is an interesting affair. One on hand, it has a unique new look to it that sets it apart from all the other Vortex blasters. It shares the orange and white color scheme of the Pyragon, making it only the second Vortex blaster to adopt the updated colors. It's personal preference, but I am glad they ditched the orange, green and black of the older Vortex blasters (ie, Vigilon).

Speaking of the Vigilon, it's probably the most related blaster to the Diatron in size and style. They both load from the side with a switch that springs the loading bay open when pressed, and both have a similar feel in the hand, though the Diatron is noticeably chunkier and more hefty thanks to its bottom section. From a strictly aesthetic standpoint, I like the Diatron more. The mirrored top and bottom remind me a bit of the plasma rifles from Halo. In case you missed the box art, be aware that the Diatron's bottom half is purely aesthetic. When fired, both discs are shot from the top barrel.

While the Diatron will hold 10 discs (allowing a maximum of 5 shots), for some strange reason Nerf decided to only include 8 discs in the box. That leaves you with a paltry four shots. And while the first 8 discs are relatively easy to load, using 10 discs requires a bit of wedging and wiggling to get them all in. I find the Vigilon (which has a 6-disc capacity) easier to load overall.

Another downside is that the Diatron requires an even number of discs to fire.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Buster on April 2, 2013
This is a new favorite!
I have many different kinds if nerf blasters, and truthfully, after a while they can start to blur together: slide the primer, fire, repeat, reload... But with the diatron, there is a fresh new twist! Priming lever, spring open magazine, double shot-- all novel and fun features.

I usually play indoors, and the range is enough to completely traverse a gymnasium. The double shot feature is fun, hard to dodge, and increases the probability of hitting your target.

If you only get one nerf vortex blaster... get the Pyragon. But If you get two, this would be a second runner up!

But actually, If you only really play around alone or in small skirmishes, not in all out war, this might just be more worthwhile then the bulkier and pricier Pyragon because its cheaper, more comfortable to hold, quicker and easier to load, and much more fun to handle. So get both!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Brandon Karratti on March 10, 2013
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I'm a real big fan of the Nerf Vortex series, and when I saw this one, I wasn't sure what to make of it at first. Shooting two discs at once in the middle of a Nerf Battle is kinda funny, but at the same time, it really only gives you five actual shots.

Honestly, though the Pyragon is my "new" favorite in the series, the Diatron is silly, fun to shoot, and always gets a random reaction. My only problem, though, is that the pull handle to prep the weapon feels a little less-solid than I'd hope, especially for a piece that's going to see a lot of potential use.

Good Nerf gun, worth the purchase for something a little off-the-wall.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Termagerd on August 27, 2013
The Diatron is a very interesting, unique blaster. But that comes with some faults. It is a testament to how innovative Nerf is these days with their new blasters, and with many complicated and unique toys like the Diatron it leads to some functional problems.

Primarily, it's a bit of a bugger to use correctly. The priming handle can be rather sticky and in general is a bit difficult to cock fully. Because of this, it's rather easy to think that you've fully cocked the blaster when you haven't. It's also requires a little bit of actual strength to prime it, meaning I wouldn't recommend it for young children. They simply won't be strong enough to use this toy. Lastly, this blaster is just complicated, which means it'll be finicky. It jams more often than your average Nerf blaster, but that's what you get with the territory if you want a cool unique blaster.

Performance wise it's a little on the low side. It's got shorter range and accuracy than most vortex blasters. You can probably attribute this to the fact that the disks are stacked on top each other, however the spread on it isn't too bad, so it's easy enough to hit a target at short range.

On the positive end, and I can't emphasize this enough, This things looks super cool. Aesthetically it was my favorite Nerf blaster for quite a while. And the looks you get when you're pumping out two disks at once is very satisfying. In reality, this thing would make an excellent costume piece.

Overall it's a lower than average toy. It's not the best for young kids because it's complicated and prone to jamming/user error. It's also not a good blaster for a 'serious' Nerfer because it's lacking in performance overall. But it's still a very cool toy, though the price tag might be a bit high for a "cool but not terribly functional" blaster. However, as long as you're aware of what you're getting when you buy the Diatron, I'd still recommend it as a cool piece to add to a collection.
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